Recently, researches led by scholars from Shenzhen MSU-BIT University were published on academic journals.
One paper, entitled “Climatic moisture conditions in the north-west of the Mid-Russian Upland during the Holocene” and devoted to the reconstruction of climatic variation during the last ten thousand years, was accepted on May 17 2019 and published on the website of the journal Geography, Environment, Sustainability (https://ges.rgo.ru/jour/article/view/763).
The journal is published by Institute of Geography (Russian Academy of Science, Moscow). The reconstruction of the climate is achieved with the use of remains of indicator organisms (pollen and spores of plants, plant macrofossils and shells of protozoa).
Results of the paper are important for understanding of long-term climate variations and predicting the effect of possible climate changes in the future on terrestrial ecosystems.
One of the coauthors of the paper is Jinlin Li, one of the first batch of postgraduate students at Shenzhen MSU-BIT University and who has successfully defended his master thesis in ecology earlier this year. His master thesis was about application of testate amoebae to reconstruction of hydrological regime of peatland in the past.
The other coauthors are leading researchers in the fields of paleogeography (Elena Yu. Novenko, Moscow State University), functioning of forest ecosystems (Alexander V. Olchev, Moscow State University), palaeoecology (Richard J. Payne, University of York, UK) and ecology of eukaryotic microbes (Andrey N. Tsyganov, Yuri A. Mazei from Moscow State University and Kirill V. Babeshko from Penza State University).
Another paper entitled “Intelligent Processing of Acoustic Emission Data Based on Cluster Analysis” was published on the Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Volume 1236, Issue 1, 16 July 2019). Coauthors are Melnikov, B.F., Averin, P.I., Melnikova, E.A. The corresponding author is Melnikov, B.F. who works jointly for Shenzhen MSU-BIT University and the Lomonosov Moscow State University.